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5 Songs For Your Fantasies - Weekend Playlist

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5 Songs For Your Fantasies - Weekend Playlist

A candle-lit dinner maybe the trick behind bringing romance into action, but that not only can turn the odds in your favour. In order to keep things hot this summer, dim the lights and drop the needle on this weekend playlist, which has been designed exclusively for *your* listening pleasure. Music is the fuel of love and you ought to have a a background scorecard to ignite the love in the air. So here we are bringing you from the hottest turn-ons to the sweetest soundtracks, these are the 5 sexiest songs on the planet that can melt any heart.

1. "Wicked Game" by Chris Isaak

Ear porn. If Isaak's voice is not enough, you should watch the video which is visually titillating, featuring Isaak romping on the beach with topless supermodel Helena Christensen. This 1990 hit exudes nothing but lust from hypnotic start to finish. His sensual 'oh-so-soft' vocals can make your woman go crazy in her gut.

 2. "Let’s Get It On" by Marvin Gaye

Oh Boy! There is no sexier guitar lick in existence than the one that starts this tune. Marvin Gaye's 'Let's Get It On' definitely turned the moment into 'Sexual Healing'. But arguably, this indelible 1973 track started the ball rolling, turning a page from the social consciousness of "What's Going On" to more carnal concerns.

 3. "Why Don't We Do It in the Road?" by the Beatles

Reportedly, this song is inspired by what Sir Paul McCartney witnessed on the streets in India - a monkey sex in the public. "Why Don't We Do It in the Road?" is one of the goofiest songs in the Beatles catalog. This song get you to thinking about shedding those extra layers of cloth and inhibitions and do it on the road.

 4. "Need You Tonight" by INXS

In 1980, INXS front man Michael Hutchence was a big deal. Apart from his looks, it is his vocals that allures the girls. He sings—100 percent—like he means it. On the Aussie rocker’s finest moment, “Need You Tonight,” he begins the song sighing, “All we’ve got is this moment,” as if the world really is about to end. And then: “There’s something about you girl, that makes me sweat.“ Ladies, take a deep breath.

 5. "Lay Lady Lay" by Bob Dylan

"Lay Lady Lay" ranks as one of the most languid come-ons of all time—"Stay, lady, stay / Stay with your man a while"—but it works, thanks to Dylan's uncharacteristically supple croon which drips over the arrangement like sinful honey.